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Old 06-04-2018, 12:46 PM   #1968 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by sendler View Post
Germany has been running above 400gm/kWh all winter. Occasionally bumping 500gm. which would have been last night except it was Sunday. The data is back up now. Their 45 GW of installed wind capacity has been running at 5 GW all day. It is sunny today though.
So despite their claims of green energy and relatively high cost per kWh, they are still a little more polluting than average.

I remember a thread where they were producing more renewable energy than they could handle for a brief period of time.

Doesn't matter if the other 99% of the time you're feverishly burning fossil fuels.
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